The Center for Work Education and Employment (CWEE), is Colorado’s first 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization that assists low-income single families in gaining the skills and education necessary to transition off of public assistance (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, TANF), and gain long-term employment. CWEE’s purpose is to reduce poverty in Colorado by creating self-supporting families.
Meet Mike Trujillo- one of CWEE’s 2015 Luncheon Alumni Award winners and father of three. Read Mike’s Story Here
NPR's Kelly McEvers talks with president and CEO of the Center for Work Education and Employment Laurie Harvey, who hopes more jobs will pull people out of poverty.
The Colorado Center for Law and Policy in tandem with the University of Washington released Colorado’s 2015 Self-Sufficiency Standard. This measure calculates how much income a family must earn to meet basic needs. Click here to read the full report
CWEE partners with many organizations in Colorado. Read this newsletter by Colorado Office of Economic Security, to learn about CWEE’s exemplary partnership with Christian Living Communities. Read More >
KUSA - The Center for Work Education and Employment (CWEE) works with low-income single parent families to help build confidence, train them for the workforce, and help them find a job.
CWEE's job-readiness programs offers individualized services to provide the assistance and support necessary for job candidates in the Denver Metro area to become self-sufficient.
CWEE's counselors help participants prepare for employment, find employment and maintain employment.
1175 Osage Street
Denver, CO 80204